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The Organizer


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0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
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P1S, P1P, X1, X1 Carbon, X1E, A130.3 h
4.8
DrawerMax - 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
DrawerMax - 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
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P1S, P1P, X1, X1 Carbon, X1E, A110.2 h
4.8
ACCENTS
ACCENTS
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P1S, P1P, X1, X1 Carbon, X1E, A11.8 h
5.0
Requests
Requests
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P1S, P1P, X1, X1 Carbon, X1E, A128.2 h
5.0
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UPDATE 6 - 15.02.2024

  • updated profile REQUESTS - added plate 7  - Reinforced top plate for the DM. @bosho.liviu requested a top plate so modules could be placed on top - Now you can do that, it is symetric and compatible in every direction
  • updated profile REQUESTS - added plate 8,9  - Two new modules . @bdwilson asked for two modules that have removable interior trays - plate 8 has a new 1space tray module and plate 9 has a new tilted marker combo with one large tray on the bottom. The front part of the removable tray is also slanted for easy removal

 

UPDATE 5 - 11.02.2024

  • updated profile REQUESTS - added plate 5  - Tough Plate for the DM. @Heimwerkerbienchen requested a tougher top plate so monitor could pe placed on top of the DrawerMax - has all the toughness required bells and whistles but i really cant guarantee how it will hold up in time - in my oppinion the entire assembly should be printed in a tougher filament, because altough the new plate has a support structure, the drawer modules themselfs are pretty thin so the weight of the monitor will be on the walls
  • updated profile REQUESTS - added plate 6  - Half Bow ties. @bdwilson had a very good ideea to close the holes on exterior modules so introducing half bow ties 

 

UPDATE 4 - 28.01.2024

  • updated profile REQUESTS - added plate 4  - Steps + Tape dispenser combo unit. altough it was not a request, the plate has the name of the user that gave me the ideea - thank you for that @lilrepete
  • the new module is compatible with existing ACCENTS, plus the security wheel and the blade can be printed in other colours to keep things fresh
  • the blade slides into the module and is interchangable in case teeth break or you just want another colour. if you feel it fits too tight just trim the seam of it and it will slide more easily

UPDATE 3 - 23.01.2024

  • updated the printing order to outer/inner - not a big issue but some had problems - now all is well

UPDATE 2 - 22.01.2024

  • added a new print profile called ACCENTS

In keepign with the modularity theme and ultra customizability i aim to develop, i made some mix or match brims to add an extra touch of colour to your organizer. everything fits in place without glue or force and same as everything else it is easily changable in case you want to switch up your look and keep it fresh.

photos attached in the profile so please check them out. i know the colours i actually printed are not the best but it was all the filament i have till i get my new shipment

 

UPDATE 1 - 19.01.2024

  • added a new print profile called DRAWER MAX

it is a drawer module that occupies 4 slots, is stackable and also highly customizable

the first tray for it, as you can see in the pictures is for the spare parts that come with the BambuLab printer + some extras. Fits the parts for two printers.

make sure you follow the instructions in its profile to get perfect fits everywhere

  • added a new print profile called REQUESTS

this profile contains the user requests for modules. each plate will have the users name on it. this is going to be the profile i will update regularly, based on requests.

 

 

I’ve been wanting to do this project since I made the first desktop organiser.

The problem I wanted to address was, what if in a month you want or need something else, more, or less space, something specific, more room for usb, cards, crayons, etc, how do you keep a new look with minimal to no effort?

 

I’ve seen there have been many attempts to do this but none really took of, so I asked myself why? I think the main reason was lack of interest derived from lack of support. If newer modules aren’t created, interest goes down, and it becomes the same thing as a normal organiser.

Of course we have the gridfinity system witch is great honestly and other similar to it, but they all rely on the same premise, a base to keep everything together, so if you are full, you need another base, but does the base you need right away exist? or are you going to be left with extra slots.

 

Maybe I didnt do my research right, and there are other options, all I tried to do was to make something universal, easy to print, elegant, very customisable, and most of all, something that doesn’t depend on screws, magnets and on a base to keep it all tied. I printed 10 bowties In less than 20 minutes on standard, and hold together 7 modules (the ones I use) and you can lift and move them as a whole, without having them fall or break

 

The bow tie joint isn’t my ideea, it’s been used in woodworking for centuries. It is a robust way of holding things together and works quite well here too, especially printed the way I arranged it on the plates . All the modules can be connected in whatever orientation you want, except the laptop stand, because it needs room on the small sides for the length of the laptop/tablet. But that is it - I kind of made that specifically for me, because I use it as an end piece that fits under my P1S (like my first organiser)

 

I am starting with 12 modules and will make a new one every other week, based on suggestions I hope, because I dont think I have enough creativity. I will put out my own ideas because I do have more, but everyone has diferent needs so if you think you can get on board with the ideea I welcome all input, and I will try to make whatever you want. Remix culture is strongly encouraged.

 

Modules in the 3mf:

 

PLATE 1

  • Usbcombo1 (11 usb sticks + 5 full size memory cards + tray for usb caps)
  • Phone combo (fits iphone 15 promax + airpods pro)
  • Post-its (two full size stacks of postits)
  • Steps (4 equal holders - superglue, ties, hex set, mini uv lamp)

PLATE 2

  • 12 bow tie joints - enough for about anything

 

PLATE 3

  • Hex single - roomie organizer - can be further split with the splitters on plate 8

 

PLATE 4

  • Laptop wedge - macbook pro + ipad pro 12.9 + apple microfiber slot - made to be wedged under the x1 or p1
  • Laptop standard - - macbook pro + ipad pro 12.9 + apple microfiber slot + additional slot

PLATE 5

  • Tilted marker combo - 12 thick markers + pens and other + paperclip 3 + misc tray

PLATE 6

  • apple watch dock double - 2 apple watch charger pucks - like the original - cable management + full size post it tray

PLATE 7

  • Hex double - double the size of the single - can be further split with the splitters on plate 8

PLATE 8

  • 5 split plates for the hex series

PLATE 9

  • apple watch dock single - 1 apple watch charger puck - like the original - cable management

PLATE 10

  • Usbcombo A - 6 usb sticks + 5 full size memory cards + tray

 

 

 

 

 


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0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill

top layer doesn’t look great; but I swapped from grid to gyroid because grid causes issues on A1.

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didn’t know that, sorry

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@Wcad00 Any chance you could make an empty tray/dish (essentially expanding the open space on the SD Card/USB one) so that it's just one big open space but with the lip like the smaller open space has (and no visible holes where bowties go)? Also, for the pen/marker holder, the open space on the front of that one has holes in it where the bowties go, any chance you could make it have more of a lip like the SD card open space so that it's solid on the inside (no holes for stuff to exit if there is no bowtie. (Edited)

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I’m not sure I undestand correctly , please draw something or explain more and I will be happy to make

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I'm having an issue where the the holes to attach aren't big enough for the connectors. Literally every one I've had to dig out to try and get them to fit. I've printed most parts because I think this entire setup is AMAZING and want it to work. The only piece I did get together I had to use a rubber mallet.

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no no, they should fit a little loose, dont force them, or you will damage the holes in the modules try switching wall order, outer/inner. or it could also be a filament issue, try using another one for the joints

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send me some pics of the holes so I understand the problem, and I„ll make other bow ties for you, we will make it work

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@Wcad00 Thank you so much for the reply. Here are a couple photos I took. 1 trying to dig out the location to make the bow tie fit. The other is the one that I used the rubber mallot on, and the last is a brand new build of both items. I've tried using both PLA+ and PETG.

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One of the best organizers out there. Highly customizable to hold my tools. I was able to import your .stl and build off of it: 1) a divider for the front compartment of the pen holder module and 2) side attachments to hang stuff off of the hex module.

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nice ideea for the clippers , you should post those

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@Wcad00 is that what you call them? happy to share but not sure how. Pretty new to this.

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sorry, autocorect 😂, calipers

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0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill

It printed Perfectly. I am so tickled with the results of your hard work. Please know that your work is so appreciated by myself and many others ! It all was so easy to print and understand...

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thank you so much and glad you enjoy it, I see you have a tape dispenser there, I think that will be the next module I make, if you need or want another module please let me know

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Love the flexibility of this! Printed like a dream!

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nice color choices, if you need anything more specific for your layout just let me know

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DrawerMax - 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill

Perfect. Everything came out great including my custom drawer insert (still waiting on Bambu parts). Making this finally motivated me to clean up my office.

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looks awesome, glad everything is ok

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0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill

GREAT GREAT GREAT PROJECT I suggest putting a brim to better stick the angles to the plan

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thank you, but I dont understand what you mean about the brim. please explain more so I can adapt

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This is so cool!! I will make some for my desk on the work, I was just wondering if you could make a version of the laptop stand but that would take up the space of 1x1, it would be useful to have some mini notebooks that I have.

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of course, what thickness are they, more or less?

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@Wcad00 The thickest notebook is 2.5 cm

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hi, I uploaded a new profile called REQUESTS. plate 3 in the profile has your user name, I made two modules hopefully close to what you need

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printed great!

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DrawerMax - 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill

fire

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